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Employment Opportunities with OAESV

Resource Specialist
The Resource Specialist provides technical assistance to support the initiatives of OAESV’s communications and resource development team, including innovating the agency data collection and analysis process.  The position is located in OAESV’s Cleveland office and will be responsible for managing the reporting and analysis of agency qualitative and quantitative data.  The role will also provide assistance with year round grant writing, reporting processes, and agency publications.  In addition, the Resource Specialist will provide technical assistance to the anti-sexual violence field, fielding victim referral requests and providing supportive responses. For a complete position description, click HERE. Application deadline is 5 PM EDT on June 5, 2017. No phone calls please.


Employment at Rape Crisis Centers and allied organizations in Ohio

Note: OAESV cannot verify the application deadlines for any position openings listed below. Please check with the appropriate agency for deadlines.
Sexual Assault Outreach Coordinator - Crawford & Wyandot Counties: Sexual Assault Response Network (SARN)
HelpLine is seeking an energetic, self-motivated, articulate, and highly organized individual to coordinate our rape crisis services (SARN program) and outreach in Crawford and Wyandot counties.  SARN Outreach Coordinator (CW) will provide direct service and advocacy to survivors/crime victims in Crawford and Wyandot Counties.  This position will also assist with outreach efforts to support SARN services in the two county service area.  This position will also assist with on-call advocacy coverage in all four counties, as needed.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work or related fields required with licensure &/or registered advocate status preferred. Two years of experience in field of mental health or human services including serving crime victims, specifically sexual violence, family violence/intimate partner violence preferred.  Excellent communication, organizational, computer/technology knowledge, community networking skills, and ability to provide supervision to volunteers desired. Individuals with experience working within the anti-violence field, working with specific, underserved populations are encouraged to apply.
This is a full time position (40 hours per week) and requires flexibility in scheduling. Position may include some evening and weekend shifts.  Applicants who have completed HelpLine’s SARN volunteer training and/or required training for Ohio’s rape crisis centers are encouraged to apply.  As regional travel occurs, reliable transportation required as well as ability to meet HelpLine driving standards and pass a criminal background check.  Send resume and cover letter to SARN Program Manager, 11 North Franklin St., Delaware, OH 43015 or via e-mail to lmacdade@helplinedelmor.org by June 9, 2017.  EOE

Contingency Sexual Assault Advocate, Sexual Assault Response Network (SARN)
HelpLine is seeking an energetic, self-motivated, articulate, and highly organized individual to assist with on call coverage for our rape crisis services (or SARN Program).  This position will: cover shifts on advocacy calendar, be on call and provide advocacy/accompaniment at local emergency and law enforcement departments to survivors of sexual assault in Delaware, Morrow, Crawford, and Wyandot Counties.  Contingent SARN Advocates will also assist with tasks and outreach efforts to support SARN Program.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s in education, social services or related field; OR High School Diploma with experience in serving sexual assault victims.  Past experience in providing support services to crime victims, specifically sexual violence, family violence/intimate partner violence, a plus.  Individuals with experience working within the anti-violence field, working with specific, underserved populations are encouraged to apply.
This is a contingency position averaging 1-2 shifts per week and will include some evening and weekend shifts.  Schedule will vary due to program needs as well as maintaining a flexible work environment.  Applicants who have completed HelpLine’s SARN volunteer training and/or required training for Ohio’s rape crisis centers are encouraged to apply.  Completion of this training and minimum yearly continuing education is required.  This is a contingency position and is not eligible for benefits.  As regional travel occurs, reliable transportation required as well as ability to meet HelpLine driving standards and pass a criminal background check.  Send resume and cover letter to SARN Program Manager, 11 North Franklin St., Delaware, OH 43015 or via e-mail to lmacdade@helplinedelmor.org by June 9, 2017.  EOE

Battered Women's Shelter Director, Akron
Immediate Opening:  Progressive, creative, stable and well established multi county domestic violence program in Northeast Ohio seeks to fill opening for the DIRECTOR.  This employee reports directly to the CEO, is a member of the Directors Team and is responsible for all domestic violence direct services and outreach programs including but not limited to:  2 counties / 2 shelters totaling 200 beds, court advocacy services, scattered site housing programs, elder abuse services, community based early intervention and prevention/education programs, etc. The position directly supervises 7 Managers (and ultimately 45 employees).  The Director is responsible for funding oversite and reporting to funders such as United Way, HUD, VOCA, DJFS, OCJS, ODOD and others. 
Candidates MUST have best practice experience, knowledge and/or skills in the following:  Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Trauma Informed Care, Housing First, Homeless/DV Shelter services, Employee Supervision, Grant/Grant reporting, Public Speaking and general program Administration.   Exposure to human resource basics and Osnium software would be helpful but not mandatory.
Salary and benefits are competitive and aligned with VOCA recommendations.
If interested, please send resume and references to the attention of Terri Heckman, Battered Women’s Shelter CEO, at Terrih@scmcbws.org

Child Advocacy Center Director, Cleveland: For more information, click HERE.